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Funds are requested to digitize a number of rare serial titles from the Bob Jones Indochina Collection. These materials, collected by Jones while stationed in Saigon during the War, are mostly brittle or in poor condition. Two of the titles are already held by Cornell, and we intend to amalgamate our holdings, digitizing the better volumes from both collections.
Monthly/ bi-monthly general interest magazine, mix of news, politics, stories, illustrations & photos, ads.
This project would microfilm print copies from January 1962 - December 1963 of Journal Officiel Du Cambodge from the collection of the University of Hawaii - Manoa.
Liberty was a national English-language daily (except Sunday) published in Bangkok in September 1945 by Manit Vasuvat who was Chair of the Sri Krung Publishing Company. It was a well-written, conservative paper designed for international readers. The paper reflected the perspectives of British-educated Thais in both domestic and foreign news. It ceased in 1956.
Microfilming of Chinese language newspaper from Malaysia.
Serial publications from 1960’s, Indonesia & Netherlands.Suluh was produced by Indonesian students in the Netherlands. Suara GAPENSI (“Madjalah Bulanen Gabungan Pemborong Nasional Seluruh Indonesia”) periodical. Powerful organization/association of contractors, this their trade magazine. Gelora 45 began 1964, ceased in 1965. Advisor/founder Amir Hamzah Sihombing died 1966. “Spirit of 45” The generation dedicated to Indonesian independence, making Indonesia a unified nation.
Digitization of single title.
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